[Reloadevery] Reload Every Problem
Tom.Kustner at RetirementPartner.com
Mon Jun 4 08:33:30 PDT 2007
Though I have not seen the hourglass issue specifically, I have seen
problems with Reload Every not being completely resilient to web site
issues (it stops reloading). Therefore, we are moving to wget.
Tom Kustner MCSE, CNE
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Sent: Saturday, June 02, 2007 3:05 AM
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Subject: [Reloadevery] Reload Every Problem
We are having a problem with Reload Every. Initially it worked great and
refreshed every 10 seconds for about 5 months, but now it works for a
while and then stops - basically, the cursor turns into an hourglass and
stays like it. The only way I can get it to work again is by reloading
the page manually, then it will be OK again for a while. Any ideas? Is
anyone else having this problem?
mailto:chrisbowyer at portaldomains.com
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